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The Baby’s Appearance At Birth

The first questions that most parents ask after confirming or learning the sex of their baby are, “How much does he weigh and how long is he?” Babies weigh an average of 7 to...

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Vaginal Birth After Cesarean

In most countries of the world, a vaginal birth following a cesarean is not unusual. The past 15 years have witnessed a surge of new information in this country strongly supporting the position that...

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Exercises After Cesarean for Quick Healing

Because having a cesarean involves major surgery, you will be sore afterwards and will require longer to fully recover than if you had delivered vaginally. Postpartum exercises will need to be delayed for a...

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What You Want to Know About The Cesarean Baby

No two babies are alike, cesarean babies included. One noticeable difference between vaginally delivered and planned cesarean babies is that the head of a cesarean infant is nicely shaped because it was not molded...

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Surgical Procedure of Cesarean Section

Depending on the hospital, your delivery will take place either in the labor and delivery area or in a surgical operating room. The location might be a factor in your partner’s participation. Some hospitals...

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Preoperative Procedures for Cesarean

If you are having a planned cesarean, you have the choice of entering the hospital the day before the surgery or on the morning of the baby’s birth. Some women choose the second option...

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Planned and Unplanned Cesarean

There are two types of cesarean births—planned and unplanned. Most primary (first-time) cesarean births are unplanned. Many of the same routines are followed for both types of cesareans, although they might be done in...